Adjusted Score with UI
North opens 1NT(12-14). East overcalls 2H (not alerted). South bids 3D (constructive).
With reasonable H stoppers and reasonable D, North tries 3NT.
East leads a S, and it's carnage.
At the end of the hand East says 'partner should have alerted 2H, it was a transfer.'
TD is called, and awards an artificially adjusted score.
It's clear that North will not bid 3NT with the correct information, and 3D will go down two, -200.
But most of the field are playing in S by East making 9 or 10 tricks.
So the score looks like it should be some weighted average of -200, -170 & -140: say -180.
So far OK, but...
In the discussion with TD East volunteered that he 'might well' have bid 3S.
However it might be argued that he would only do that because he is in possession of UI; (his partner thinks he has H)
So actually, should East playing in S be considered in the weighting, even though it is to NS advantage?